Office Buildings

Are You Making These Office Building Security Mistakes?

Posted by David Charney on April 17, 2019

You're only as strong as your weakest link. This is especially true in building security, an industry that is people-driven. We all know people make mistakes, but not all errors that affect your security management program have a human factor. Here are the five common office…

Does Your City Let You Track Neighborhood Crime Like This?

Posted by Amy Hite on March 20, 2019

Do you know where neighborhood crime is happening in your city? Is it near your home or workplace? Residents and businesses in Frisco, Texas, have a way to get answers to all their neighborhood crime questions with an interactive visual tool. Crime Mapping Frisco Residents and…

This Will Make You Rethink Live Video Monitoring Companies

Posted by Sudesh Jangalee on February 8, 2019

Think about luxury and economy cars. If you remove the price tag, which would you choose? You most likely will pick the luxury car. Why? Because it offers more. More features, more top-quality materials, more comfort, just more everything. When you're looking for the best…

What You Need to Know About Access Control Systems

Posted by David Charney on January 30, 2019

In Inc., Gene Marks tells the story of how a disgruntled employee prevented his employer from accessing an email system and data for their entire database. He also supposedly erased the hard drive on his laptop. This is one of many stories of employees taking advantage of…

Our Customized Security Solution is More Than Just Watching Cameras

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 28, 2018

As a business owner or property manager, you know how important surveillance cameras are for general security and safety, loss prevention and as a crime deterrent. However, with today’s innovative technology, security cameras can do much more than just catch criminals. Stealth…

How Can I Help Prevent Crime in Parking Structures?

Posted by Blake Mitchell on December 13, 2018

According to the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), more than 11% of U.S. property crimes occur in parking garages and lots. In a span of four years, there were nearly 402,000 reported incidents of violent crimes in parking structures. How can property managers…

6 Tips to Help Keep Your Property Safe This Holiday Season

Posted by David Charney on December 7, 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for criminals. While stores are brimming with activity, many non-retail businesses may be closed for a few days, so employees can celebrate the season with family. That means offices filled with furniture, computers, phones, TVs and other…

Thieves Target Electronics at Fort Worth Homeless Shelter

Posted by David Charney on November 26, 2018

It’s the holiday season. A time for cheer, gift giving, parties and yes, even crime. Identity theft, home break-ins, online shopping scams and other crimes of opportunity tend to increase during the holidays. It seems no one is immune to it either, even a Fort Worth homeless…